This is an adverb used to refer to a place or location.
- The dog is over there by the tree.
- Put your book down right there.
- There is no food left in the fridge.
This is a possessive pronoun referring to something belonging to or associated with a group of people.
- The students left early and forgot their books.
- The newlyweds decorated their first home.
- The family gathered in front of their house for a photo.
This is a contraction of they are.
-They’re coming to visit us this weekend.
- They’re waiting for you at the cafe.
- They’re almost finished with their work.
- Use of there, their and they’re
- Use of Since vs Because
- Use of That and Which
- Use of Must and Have to
- Use of Lie and Lay
- Use of fewer vs Less
- Possessive pronoun vs Possessive adjective
- Use of Who and Whom
- Use of affect vs effect
- Difference between must and should
- Difference between Shall and Should
- Difference between Since vs Because